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Troubleshooting Succulent Problems On Indoor growing

Succulents often encounter many problems that catch them off guard. This article aims to give you the most worry-free solution to these problems. At the same time, it can also provide good preventive preparation for those who have not encountered these problems in the early stage of planting. You will learn something important about troubleshooting succulent problems on indoor growing!

Succulent problems---symptoms, and causes

Insufficient moisture: withered and wrinkled upper leaves
Excessive watering: old leaves turn yellow, transparent, and damp
Sunburn: brown patches on the leaves
Insufficient light: different growth directions appear
Frost: the leaves become mushy and gray-yellow
Rotting: The leaves turn red/brown/black; a slimy and unpleasant odor appears
Insect damage: irregular growth spots, etc.

How to solve the common succulent problems?

The above lists many of the most frequently occurring symptoms of planting succulents, so let’s list some common planting problems and solutions.

Drooping leaves

In general, many people think that the succulents may just grow crooked, but as everyone knows, this phenomenon may also be caused by excessive watering or rot. But the specific reason still has to be observed to get a conclusion. However, most of them are caused by overwatering.

The only solution to this situation is to transplant to a new potted plant and replant it and trim the bottom leaves of the succulents before planting.

Appearing more Pups

If you find that your succulents have a lot of pups, you need to replant the succulents to reduce this symptom. But before transplanting a new pot, you need to trim off the place close to the plant and let it sit for a week to dry.

Tall, thin and stretched

When you find that your succulents are growing yellow, or look tall, thin, and elongated. Don't think this is just a small problem, in fact, it is very serious.

When succulents don't absorb enough light, they will be released and grow strangely. The only solution is to trim the stems near the roots, leaving only a few leaves. Make sure it can absorb enough light. This way your succulents can have a ray of life.

Most of the planting problems that often occur when planting succulents have been listed above. If there are other problems, please add them in the comment section. When you plant succulents, you must not ignore their growth just because they don’t need to be taken care of regularly. It is best to take remedial measures in time when problems occur.